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Fedora 17 Review: It’s an Upstream Experience

Fedora 17 came out just last week. This is the first time I've installed it as a desktop in more than a year --...

Ubuntu 12.04 Review: An LTS Done More or Less Precisely

Ubuntu 12.04 is the fourth LTS release from Canonical that came out about a month back, and the first LTS with the revamped user...

Linux Mint 13 Cinnamon Edition: Makes the Old-timers Feel Right At...

No Unity. No GNOME Shell. But a GNOME 2*ish-looking GNOME 3 + Compiz Muffin window manager, dubbed Cinnamon. It comes with a certain amount...

Sabayon 8 Serves a Multitasking-optimised GNOME 3

Last time I tried Sabayon was when version 5 came out. It's been a few years since, and I don't exactly remember what it...

Ubuntu 11.10 ‘Oneiric Ocelot’ Review

Oneiric Ocelot was released on October 13. This version of Ubuntu comes with a major overhaul of the Ubuntu Software Centre (USC), Unity and...

Exploring Software: Unity, GNOME Shell and the Notification Area

Do the new desktops succeed in creating intuitive, simple-to-use and distraction-free desktop environments? It is hard to be passionate about something that everyone does! I...

GNOME 3 is Here!

GNOME 3, code-named ToPaZ (for Three Point Zero), was released on April 6 this year. The release has raised many questions. Can GNOME 3...

Exploring Software: Understanding a Netbook Desktop

Desktop environments are wonderful in the way they just work. The complexity of what is happening "below the hood" is well hidden from us....

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